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Mayor Otten has issued a mandatory evacuation in anticipation of storm surge, heavy rains, and strong winds that would impact our low-lying areas.
Mayor Otten has issued a mandatory evacuation in anticipation of storm surge, heavy rains, and strong winds that would impact our low-lying areas. Mandatory evacuations will be ongoing throughout the day and early tomorrow and should be scheduled to complete prior to 12 noon, August 26, 2020.As a reminder, residents should follow the evacuation routes that can be found on our website at www.clearlakeshores-tx.gov/evacuate. For updates on road conditions while evacuating, please visit www.drivetexas.orgHurricane Laura is predicted to make landfall late Wednesday to early Thursday as a Category 3 Major Hurricane. The landfall is anticipated near the Texas/Louisiana border, according to the latest National Weather Service models and storm surge is major concern. Following the Texas Governor’s state of disaster declaration, Galveston County Judge Mark Henry signed a local state of disaster declaration in response to possible impacts from Hurricane Laura.The City of Clear Lake Shores will continue to provide weather updates, additional city preparations, and other changes to city services through our website, social media outlets and Emergency Notification System CLS CONNECT. Register by visiting www.clearlakeshores-tx.gov/clsconnectDon’t forget to pay attention to trusted sources for weather information like NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center and US National Weather Service Houston-Galveston Texas. You can find a complete hurricane preparedness guide at www.clearlakeshores-tx.gov/hurricanepreparednessPlease follow recommended evacuation routes. You can download evacuation and zip zone map at www.clearlakeshores-tx.gov/evacuate. Be alert for road hazards such as washed-out roads or bridges and downed power lines. Do not drive into flooded areas. Visit www.drivetexas.org to see updates on road conditions.To learn more, please visit www.clearlakeshores-tc.gov/hurricanepreparedness